Company: Seacrest Village Retirement Communities
Posted on: February 17, 2021
WE ARE ABOUT PASSION.PEOPLE.PURPOSE. WE ARE SEACREST VILLAGE
RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES Dear Applicant: Seacrest Village is a 501c3,
not-for-profit senior housing organization. Our mission of caring
for our seniors is honored when you open your heart and join. No
matter what your job/position is at Seacrest Village, you share
with all the people here, one principle function - to ensure our
residents receive the best care and service ---The one thing you
will always be held accountable for is the exercise of your best
judgment. If you enjoy working with and/or around seniors, and
associates who work as a team in every sense of the word, then you
deserve to work for an employer like Seacrest Village Retirement
Communities. Best of luck in your search! EOE I. BASIC PURPOSE OF
POSITION: Responsible for assisting in the overall smooth running
of dining and coffee house services to include but not limited to
the delivery, set-up and clean-up of functions across the SV at EN
Campus. Will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to residents, family
members, potential residents, and guests, in an efficient and
timely manner. Delivers room trays to apartments as needed. Assist
in the supervision and training of servers/bus persons. II.
CUSTOMER/CLIENTS SERVED BY POSITION: Residents, resident family and
guests, Department managers, supervisors, support staff, outside
vendors and state and federal regulators. III. EDUCATION
REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma preferred or working towards one.
One year experience in a leadership role is acceptable. IV.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: At least one year experience as a
waitperson. Must be neat and clean and wear required uniforms. V.
SPECIAL SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATION AND /OR SPECIAL TRAINING
REQUIREMENTS: Team player and leader. Food Handlers certificate.
Able to pass pre-employment TB exam and physical and obtain
fingerprint clearance according to our licenser. VII. ESSENTIAL JOB
DUTIES THAT MUST BE SAFELY PERFORMED WITH OR WITHOUT REASONABLE
ACCOMMODATION WITHOUT POSING A DIRECT THREAT TO OTHER EMPLOYEES,
RESIDENTS OR SELF: WORK PERFORMANCE - job knowledge, quality,
productivity, planning, creativity, initiative
- Understand the responsibilities of the position from opening to
- Possess a thorough knowledge of the Goldberg Residence Court
operation (general information).
- To maintain the accepted standards of food service to all
residents of Seacrest Village.
- Will assist in the supervision of all dining room and coffee
house staff according to the standard operating manual.
- To understand all emergency policies and procedures pertaining
to this facility.
- Be familiar with Jewish dietary laws and assist in the
implementation of any rules regarding such dietary laws.
- Properly train, coach, and guide food service employees.
- Help maintain a professional attitude and ensure professional
service from all waitstaff.
- Monitor and maintain the cleanliness of the dining room and its
- Supervise room and tray service, delivery of same and its
- Assist the lead dishroom person in the maintenance of a
standard inventory of supplies, china, glassware, flatware, and
- Monitor, prepare and serve all dietary special functions.
- Possess and maintain a food handler's card.
- Greet and seat all residents and assist them by being helpful,
courteous, and hospitable.
- Remember resident's names, likes and dislikes.
- Check for service readiness.
- Maintain communications log for Director of Food Service.
- Use computer to print out daily menus, arrange seating charts,
print out daily assignments.
- Check Function Sheet for each day.
- Check to make sure waitstaff have completed side work before
end of shift. FACTORS AFFECTING WORK PERFORMANCE - attendance,
dependability, achievement, interpersonal skills 1. Make time to
have fun at work, laugh, breathe and smell the roses. 2. Regular,
punctual attendance. Flexibility in schedule as it may include some
weekends, evenings and holidays. 3. Additional duties as assigned
by supervisor(s). 4. Attend department staff and general employee
staff meetings. 5. Timely completion of work assignments. 6. Be a
team player and able to get along well with co-workers and other
departments. MISSION, VISION, POLICY AND REGULATIONS - SV
Philosophy, Judgment & Adherence to policy: 1. Familiarize self
with Seacrest Village mission/vision, rules, policies and
procedures and same with the Jewish Tradition as observed by our
residents, family and guests. 2. Observes safety regulations; to
include but not limited to wearing appropriate safety equipment,
reporting work related injuries, using proper body mechanics,
responds to fire/disaster drills/alarms and wearing security access
name badge at all times. 3. Payroll/HR-uses current HRIS system to
follow timekeeping policy utilizing time clock to record all hours
worked to include mandatory meal period of thirty minutes by the 5
th hour of work and OT is authorized by supervisor. 4, Wear
appropriate clothing per facility and uniform policy. 5. As a
matter of SV policy and federal and state law; attends HIPAA
"minimum necessary", "needs to know" guidelines on all PHI
information and reports non-compliance violations to Privacy
Officer. 6. As a mandated reporter per DOJ requirements; attends
Mandated Reporter Abuse training meetings, will report all abuse
incidents; physical, emotional, financial, sexual, verbal,
completing the 1) SOC 341 form, mailing or faxing, 2) calling the
ombudsmen and/or department of health services; for Assisted Living
and Independent Living, call ombudsmen, and APS (adult protective
services), and 3) informing supervisor so resident can be
protected. 7. Follow the corporate compliance standard and employee
code of conduct, of performing work with an ethical behavior and
utilizing proper business conduct and professional practice, that
complies with applicable laws, rules and regulations; as serving
the residents, preserving the organizational reputation,
maintaining resident/employee trust, community respect. Reports
non-compliance or concerns to Corporate Compliance Officer. VII.
NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Work in Mel's Place providing
breaks to coffeehouse employee 2. Serves meals to residents when
staff is short 3. Completes diet aide side work when staff is
short. 4.--Produces flyers for special events using word processing
VIII. OUTCOME WHEN JOB IS DONE WELL: Residents have all their
nutritional needs met, documentation is accurate and the annual
survey is successful. IX. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: Vacuum cleaner, food & beverage equipment;
i.e., coffee machines, pots, china, glassware, and silverware,
linens, ice machine, soda dispenser, broom, mop, carts, juice
machine, hot soup dispenser, hot plate dispenser, toaster,
microwave, freezer, calculator, refrigerator, computer. X. PHYSICAL
REQUIREMENTS: While performing the duties of the job, the employee
is regularly required to stand and walk on their feet for several
hours at a time. Hands, fingers, arms are frequently used for
holding, stretching, and reaching. The employee will be expected to
be able to climb or balance, kneel, stoop, bend and crouch. The
employee must be able to lift or move, unassisted, up to 25 lbs.
Vision and hearing are required due to the safety of our residents.
Excellent vision and hearing. Good verbal communication. Able to
lift up to 25 lbs and move 25 lbs unassisted and push 50 lbs on a
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